The world of coffee
And even if this is perhaps a little exaggerated, the fact is that coffee has done far more for our cultural and intellectual history than any other raw material before it (except perhaps ink).
For it is not for nothing that coffee has been called the “milk of thinkers and chess players” since time immemorial.
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Stories and recipes from more than 300 years of European coffee tradition.
Who invented Irish coffee? What actually is a muckefuck, why do we get a glass of water with our coffee or when was the first coffee house built in Europe?
And does cold coffee really make you beautiful?
Let yourself be seduced by stories and anecdotes about coffee, listen to the words of Balzac, Voltaire or Stefan Zweig. And get to know the world of coffee in a completely new way.
The Italian latte macchiato consists of three layers, which should not mix with each other.
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